Subway looks to make their new Sliders even tastier with the introduction of new customization options at participating locations nationwide.
According to documents shared by a Subway insider, the new customization rules allow guests to:
- Add up to two vegetables of their choice, if vegetables are not part of the original formula; or
- Swap different vegetables of their choice, if vegetables are part of the original formula.
- No more than two vegetables types total are allowed on a Subway Slider. Follow mini sub formulas when adding vegetables to Subway Sliders except when adding: cucumbers and tomatoes, include just one of each.
- One sauce and seasonings can always be added to a Subway Slider.
It’s worth noting that some stores still don’t allow slider customization. However, most already do, and the rest will surely follow suit because it will lead to more sales.
Although customization is still limited, it’s a vast improvement compared to when they were first launched.
With that said, prices remain the same at $1.89 per slider. But prices may vary and are higher in Alaska and Hawaii.
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